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Definition of Awash

Awash
Awash A*wash", a. [Pref. a- + wash.] Washed by the waves or tide; -- said of a rock or strip of shore, or (Naut.) of an anchor, etc., when flush with the surface of the water, so that the waves break over it.

Meaning of Awash from wikipedia

- Awash may refer to: Awash, Ethiopia, town in Ethiopia Awash River, river in Ethiopia Awash National Park in Ethiopia Similarly pronounced names: Avas,...
- The Awash (sometimes spelled Hawash; Oromo Awaash; Amharic: አዋሽ; Afar We'ayot; Somali: Webiga Dir) is a major river of Ethiopia. Its course is entirely...
- Awash International Bank S.C. (አዋሽ ኢንተርናትኦናል ባንክ ስ.ግ.) is a full-service bank in Ethiopia. According to its website, the bank has 400 branches and more...
- Awash National Park is one of the national parks of Ethiopia. Spanning across the southern tip of the Afar Region and the northeastern corner of the Misraq...
- A reef is a bar of rock, sand, coral or similar material, lying beneath the surface of water. Many reefs result from natural, abiotic processes—deposition...
- valley of the Awash River, which empties into a string of lakes along the Ethiopian-Djibouti border. Other notable landmarks include the Awash and Yangudi...
- Debt (1786), James Gillray caricatured King George III and Queen Charlotte awash with treasury funds to cover royal debts, with Pitt handing him another...
- The Awash–Weldiya Railway is a standard gauge railway under construction, that will serve as a northward extension of the new Ethiopian National Railway...
- express train derailed on a curving bridge over the gorge of the Awash River at Awash, Ethiopia. The official death toll was 428, with more than 500 injuries...
- ; Suwa, G.; Howell, F. C. (2003). "Pleistocene Homo sapiens from Middle Awash, Ethiopia". Nature. 423 (6491): 742–47. Bibcode:2003Natur.423..742W. doi:10...
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